You have to Create a Site Collection in your Web Application. Go to Central Administration and choose Create Site Collection in the Application Management group.
Enter a title in your Site Collection, select template to use and the primary site collection administrator:
This can be done using PowerShell as well. Don't forget to Set Execution Policy and ...
My recommendation would be that you shouldn't.
You should start from scratch again and develop your Web-Application to be deployed below the _layouts folder in SharePoint using a WSP package and all of your code should be in code behind which is compiled into a dll deployed to the GAC.
You can technically get your solution to work, but it's a hack, that ...
Those are not log files, it's your actual search index. It is recommended to move the index to it's own drive so that the index (or any other log files) cannot consume all disk space on the C drive.
Moving the index means that you need to clone the search topology and then move the clone to another drive. This is kind of a complicated procedure as you have ...
If you want to redirect to static HTML pages (hosted in a folder at the root of the Web Site in IIS), the following modifications in the web.config (under <configuration>/<system.webServer>) should do the trick for 404 an 500 errors:
<httpErrors errorMode="Custom" existingResponse="Replace">
<remove statusCode="404" />
Do you have the backup of your content Database which are attached to web app(deleted) if yes.
1) from central admin create new Web Application and mention the same port(6666).
2) configure the Web Application settings i.e object cache settings, adding appPool account to USer Profile, AAM etc.
3) now detach the Content DB you created during the web ...
when you create a webapplication in sparepoint central admin, you would then need to goto iis -> domain name -> click on "web sites".
You should be able to see a list of web applications e.g.
that and oviously the correlating ip's and port number ect , as you can see its not sites or site collections ...
Seems like your SharePoint WFE is out of synchronization as the web application is created in one server and it is not created in the other.
You can solve issue by deleting the web application first you just created.
Restart the timer services in both the WFE and try creating a web application
Or you can also try this STSADM command before performing ...
Their is no such requirement like u have to reset IIS after stop the services.
We are starting and stopping services all the time without IIS reset.
You have to make sure that you are not stopping the services on your WFE.
In worst case scenrio, when SharePoint cached the endpoints even after stopping service application load balancer service send the ...
For custom zone you need to extend the webapplication eq:-
Extending your Web Application
Go to Central Administration- Application Management-Manage Web
Application -Select the Web Application -Go to Ribbon - Extend.
In the Create a new IIS website section, give the Web Application a
name. Give the required port.
If you have https enabled, select Yes in ...
DNS is not binding to a Port. You bind DNS to a IP <-> Name
You can have 2 different sites on 2 different ports without any issues.
So http://TestSite:90 and http://Testsite:80 will work perfectly fine.
As a general rule of thumb you should only bind one IP and Port combination to one webapplication at the same time (host header excluded - some ...
You want to do this with the SPIisSettings class. There is a method in that class called AllowAnonymous which you can set to True and then update the object. That will enable Anon for the Web Application on the specified zone.
As a good practice, deploying SharePoint customizations should always be done via features, packaged into solutions. This way, SharePoint takes care of the deployment to all web servers in the farm. Of course there are also other benefits such as help with upgrading your features. More info:
It may come as a surprise to you (which only shows how little it has
been written about this) but most of the ‘important’ things in
SharePoint are actually done through unmanaged code and the SharePoint
.NET object model provided by the Microsoft.SharePoint.dll is a sort
of a wrapper to this unmanaged world. Understanding how your code does
There is quite a bit of setup required to deploy a provider-hosted App in a local (on-premises) SharePoint farm. Eric Shupps has a blog post that details everything you need to do to get this working.
Configuring High Trust Apps for SharePoint 2013
The normal configuration for your scenario is to rely on the alternate access mappings (AAM). I'm not sure what setup your are using for your web application, but the best practice approch would be:
Create new web applciation with SSL
Url: https://customesite.com (Zone = Default)
Add internal URL for this web app in the AAM configuration
Internal Url: ...
What you're asking is not recommended as it may cause timer jobs to fail when not running the Web Application service on SharePoint 2010 and 2013 (2016 resolves this). In addition, Workflows should only run on the back end (App) servers for performance purposes as they're a batch job and not latency-sensitive.
In your web application web.config file (C:\inetpub\wwwroot\wss\VirtualDirectories\%webappname%) you have two parameters:
executionTimeout - for waiting time (before timeout) (HTTP request timeout)
maxRequestLength - for size of file to upload (HTTP request length)
For maxRequestLength, there is a limit of 2 Gb in SharePoint 2010.
You can set it using ...
Have you enabled HTTP Strict Transport Security on the web application? You can run below command to get the status (true mean enabled & false mean not)
$wa = Get-SPWebApplication https://sharepoint.example.com
If it is not enabled then you have to enable it on web application level. run the below ...
You need two HostHeaders( DNS), then you can create more than one Web App on single Port.
I.e If you have www.abc.com and www.efg.com, On the Web Application Creation Page.
Enter the Name of Web app, Port Number and HostHeader.
As long as you use Host Headers for both web applications, you should be fine.
Take a look at the New-SPWebapplication cmdlt and be sure to specify the hostheader parameter when creating the web applications.
Disabled all features IIS
from command line activate features:
start /w pkgmgr
Have you tried starting VS2010 as an administrator account that has permission to perform IISRESET? It could be that the user you are currently running VS2010 does not have this permission and give you this error when VS2010 is trying to reset IIS.
If Run As Administrator does not work you can use
the Runas command from the CMD to start VS2010 as which ...
It wasn't the installation of SharePoint that took over your default web site, it was the provisioning of a new web app at port 80 that did it.
To retain your default web site, just keep away from port 80 for your web applications. If you used the farm configuration wizard, you'll need to either skip it or skip the part that provisions the initial web app, ...
While this might not answer your question straight away, i had so much help from Thomas Balkeståhls blog where he provides some great guides touching the subject.
Beside from the the guides, don't forget to update your content sources in your search service to crawl HTTPS instead of HTTP when you are done with the configuration.
A guide to https and ...
What the performance Impact on the SharePoint Sites, loading slowly or normal?
I would check the ULS logs as well as enable the Developer Dashboard, then check which item causing this issue.
Did you try to recycle the App Pool?
also make sure, if you have custom webpart or other customization, no memory leak from them.
You can also try to close the web ...
Check your code, are objects disposed properly?
If you have too many visits at the same time I would say CPU high would be normal.
Check that you are using page cache, output cache, object cache and blob cache, that will reduce roundtrips to db server and should lower cpu usage.
and last, but not least you have to identify somehow which pages are the ones ...
An easier no code solution is to configure IIS to handle it for you. Create a new site setup with the hostheader customsite.com, and on port 80. Within the site, select HTTP Redirect under the IIS group:
From here you can redirect to https://customsite.com.